- A social theory based on the history and everyday experiences of Black women. Womanism grew out of the perceived indifference of the feminist movement towards the needs of Black women, who are often excluded from the categories of "female" and "femininity" as understood by white feminists. At the core of womanism is the idea that mainstream feminism is a movement led by white women to serve white women's goals, which can be indifferent or even oppositional to the needs of Black women.
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